Ordinary Literacies in Extraordinary Times: Creating Meaning Through Texts, Bodies, and Objects

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Mairi McDermott
Andrea Rosenfield

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McDermott, M., & Rosenfield, A. (2018). Ordinary Literacies in Extraordinary Times: Creating Meaning Through Texts, Bodies, and Objects. Language and Literacy, 20(4), 1-4. https://doi.org/10.20360/langandlit29432
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Mairi McDermott, University of Calgary

Mairi McDermott is an Assistant Professor in Curriculum and Learning at the Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary.  Her work concerns the material-discursive entanglements of voice, affect, culture, and pedagogy.  She has co-edited several books, including Politics of Anti-Racism Education: In Search of Strategies for Transformative Learning (2014), as well as Centering African Proverbs in Canadian Curriculum: Lesson Plans and Curriculum for Inclusive Education (in press), and Affect, Embodiment and Place in Critical Literacies: Assembling Theory and Practice (under contract).

Andrea Rosenfield

Andrea Rosenfield is a Master’s student in Educational Studies and a Research Assistant at Concordia University. Her research focuses on transnational students’ literacies.